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Thursday, 31 August 2017

Behold How To Get Wireless Charging On Your iPhone Devices

 Apple updated a new smart feature on their product, which entails charging your iPhone device wirelessly. This latest update is currently coming for iPhone 8, but you can still get it now and below is how to achieve that for your iPhone devices. In this post we have already treated some of the questions that may come to your mind considering this new development. Some of the questions are; Why do I need to charge my iPhone device wirelessly? What kind or type of wireless charging is Apple company rolling out for iPhone 8? What is the best product for wireless charging on my iPhone device? How to know the best standards of Wireless charging for Apple Product? How do I get to use the wireless charging in Starbucks? And how do I make the wireless charging start working on my present iPhone mobile phone?

Any moment from now, users of Apple product will wirelessly charge their device. And in this case, rumors have it that, most iPhone devices which are going to be launched this present coming month September, that such feature is embedded in them. So we have outlined what this actually entail below and how to add or set up the wireless charging to your iPhone now. Read on for the guide and settings.

Note: The wireless charging you are thinking of is not truly what it is. What they meant by wireless charging is not charging your phone over the air but rather, you will have to plug a device into the mains, and after then, your iPhone will be connected to the device, but won’t be through cable, and this goes a long way in making it wireless charging. And also good enough to benefit so many users.

In case you are wondering if wireless charging is something you might want to use on your device, then below, there are numbers of pros and cons you can read from, so as to make the right decision.

Before now, most of other Mobile phone manufacturing companies have already embedded such on their devices. Starting from Electric toothbrush to the latest Samsung Galaxy S8, all are inductive charging as you may know.  And below are what inductive charging entails.

Inductive charging simply involves 2 coils of copper wire (having a core of iron), the first one is in the device you are actually charging (or can as well be in the case which is attached to the device) and the other in a pad or mat on which the device is to lie on. So when the two coils are put next to each other, an electromagnetic field is always created which tends to allow electricity pass between the 2 coils.

So while the 2 devices need to be touching, the coils can be sealed within the devices. And this implies that, the device can actually be a waterproof. And mainly, waterproofing is the benefit of wireless charging.

Get Wireless Charging On Your iPhone 8, 9, 7, 6 5s Devices

Knowing the kind of wireless charging iPhone 8 will offer:

The trending gist has been that iPhone 8 is coming with a built in wireless charging. You can check out the leaked specification of iPhone 8with image here. And haven seen the image, it looks like the back of iPhone 8 will be embedded with the coil responsible for a separate wireless charging. And looking at the way things are now, it seems Apple will include similar charging cable feature to Apple Watch devices. Remember, this particular spec has a fast/speed charging rate.

Direct information from source, said that Apple encountered some challenges regarding to the implementation of this technology in their iPhone product. So it is possible that we might not see the feature in the about to release iPhone 8 device. Another rumor going on is that iPhone 8 is possibly going to charge across room.

Another finding is that Apple company is currently researching on ways in which it can power its devices using mobile and Wi-Fi signals. As it was stated in Telegraph back then in April 2017, that Apple would simply “direct the electromagnetic frequencies, being used for data transmission, towards device to serve as a "beam" of energy.”

Based on Bloomberg report regarding to what Apple is working on in this 2017, that is the longer range wireless charging, which is potentially a range of about 1 metre. It could be made available by another possible wireless charging called Resonance (or Resonant) Charging.

There are lots of long range wireless charging technology, but the major issue or problem with them is their efficiency, as the power is sometimes lost to the environment. And most times, the long range charging is likely used for low power devices such as remote controls.

HOW TO GET WIRELESS CHARGING ON YOUR IPHONE DEVICES
>> In other to get wireless charging for your device, you need to go for a specially designed iPhone case or any device that plugs into your iPhone.
>> You need to get a separate pad or mat in which your iPhone can be placed for charging.
>> For it to work, you need to plug the charging base in to a power source.

WHY DO I NEED TO CHARGE MY IPHONE WIRELESSLY?
Below are pros and cons why you should charge your iPhone with wireless charging technology.

Pros of iPhone wireless charging
>> It is a bit more convenient than when plugged using a charger.
>> You are able to charge more than one device at a time if the pad you place your device is large enough.
>> Your device can be a waterproof because the induction coils don’t need to be in direct contact for it to work. In other words, they can be completely sealed inside your iPhone device.
 >> Get your iPhone charge wirelessly, gets to free up its lightening port and as such, you can use it for other purposes, like headphones if it is iPhone 7 etc.

THE DIFFERENT STANDARDS OF WIRELESS CHARGING INCLUDE:
It may interest you to know that, there are 2 major groups of iPhone wireless charging and they include:

>> The Wireless Power Consortium and
>> The AirFuel Alliance charging.

The Wireless Power Consortium is the type of wireless charging that uses Qi (pronounced Chee, like tai chi). And that is the standard that Samsung smartphone company is currently using for their Android devices.

And talking about ‘AirFuel Alliance’ this type of wireless charging technology is formed by a merger between A4WP and PMA in the year 2015. Within some years, PMA partnered in business for the sole reason to get its technology into places. And within that period, it technologies were placed in so many different places such as Starbucks. And to have it, Starbucks launched their wireless charging points into different 10 shops in London as at 2015.    
The 2 standards as explained above uses different frequencies and also connection protocols. The both uses inductive charging.

LIST OF BEST PRODUCTS FOR WIRELESSLY CHARGING ON IPHONE DEVICES
Since wireless charging is yet to be featured on iPhone iOS devices, there are still better options users can go for when it comes to that. So below are easiest and helpful ways you can enable wireless charging on your iPhone devices.

The Tools or Products for your wireless charging on iPhone devices are as follows;
  • Antye Qi Wireless Charger Kit or
  • Mophie Charge Force & Juice Pack Air or
  • Qi Wireless Charging by TORRO or
  • iQi Mobile, or
  • Elefull Charge, or
  • Bezalel Latitude or
  • FLI Charge etc.
You can get the above listed products/tools for wireless charging with prices on Amazon online store.
   
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